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Posted on: November 23, 2021

Residents invited to envision future of Marshall Mountain Park

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Missoula Parks and Recreation invites residents to share their ideas for the future of Marshall Mountain Park via a brief, online public comment questionnaire through December 21.

The questionnaire, posted at www.engagemissoula.com, is part of an extensive...

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City continues Greenough Park native forest restoration project

Beginning the week of November 29, Parks and Recreation crews will continue a multi-year project to remove non-native Norway maple trees and restore native riparian trees and shrubs in Greenough Park. Parks crews will plant native vegetation next spring t...

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Posted on: November 23, 2021

City continues Greenough Park native forest restoration project

Beginning the week of November 29, Parks and Recreation crews will continue a multi-year project to remove non-native Norway maple trees and restore native riparian trees and shrubs in Greenough Park. Parks crews will plant native vegetation next spring t...

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Posted on: November 23, 2021

City continues Greenough Park native forest restoration project

Beginning the week of November 29, Parks and Recreation crews will continue a multi-year project to remove non-native Norway maple trees and restore native riparian trees and shrubs in Greenough Park. Parks crews will plant native vegetation next spring t...

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